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Men are rightly concerned with keeping their prostate healthy, so don't fall for misconceptions.
By Kurtis Bright
Reviewed by Christopher Kim, M.D. , | Urology, | Urology
by Ahavah Revis
Besides driving ejaculation, the gland produces an enzyme that helps regulate its own growth.
by Geoff Nudelman
Whole grains, fruits, veggies can lower the risk of aggressive cancer and high PSA, studies say.
by Chris Gerbasi
Yep, enhancing that once-lush mane might mask a prostate problem. But there's a solution.
by Helen Massy
by Giddy Staff
High prostate-specific antigen levels often are indicative of less serious issues.
by Chaunie Brusie, RN, BSN
A rectal exam isn't the only component of prostate screening, or even the most valuable anymore.
by Kurtis Bright
Prostate-specific antigen tests aren't always accurate, so don't let high PSA levels alarm you.
by Eric Schad
You hear about dietary options all the time, but here's some help to decide what's best for you.
by Austin Harvey
Specific exercises might be elusive, but overall activity is definitely beneficial.
by Aleck Woogmaster
Like the other parts of your body, your prostate needs the right foods to stay healthy.
Two Prostate Conditions May Be Why You're Peeing So Much
If you are urinating more frequently than usual, it could be caused by prostatitis or BPH.
By Erin Coleman
10 Common Causes of Erectile Dysfunction
Fifty percent of men older than 40 suffer from ED, a number that increases with age.
Got BPH? There's a Medication for That
Drug-based treatments for benign prostatic hyperplasia are numerous and vary greatly.
Smoking May Cause Your Prostate Health to Go Up in Flames
Research suggests prostate cancer is deadlier and more likely to reoccur among smokers.
By Anna Herod
Drinking Coffee Can Lower the Risk of Prostate Cancer
Go for that cup of Joe. A study says your body just might thank you for it.
By David Hopper
By Helen Massy
By María Cristina Lalonde
By Laura Williams Bustos, ACSM EP-C